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Amer Lit Authors

American Literature Authors

QuestionAnswer
The Life You Save May Be Your Own Flannery O'Connor
how the World Was Made James Mooney
The Sky Tree Joseph Bruchac
The Iroquois Constitution Dekana Wida
La Relacion Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca
of Plymouth Plantation William Bradford
A narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of _________________ Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
Stay Alive, My Son Pin Yathay
Sinners in the hands of an Angry God Jonathan Edwards
Poor Richard's Almanack Benjamin Franklin
Dichos Americo Paredes
Speech to the Second Virginia Convention Patrick Henry
The Crisis, No. 1 Thomas Paine
The Histories Herodotus
letter to Her Daughter from the New and Unfinished White House Abigail Adams
The Life of ______________________ Olaudah Equiano
The Devil and Tom Walker Washington Irving
Nature // Self-Reliance Ralph Waldo Emerson
Walden // Civil Disobedience Henry David Thoreau
The Minister's Black Veil Nathaniel Hawthorne
To Helen // The Raven // The Pit and the Pendulum Edgar Allan Poe
My Bondage and My Freedom Frederick Douglass
His Promised Land John P. Parker
________________ Civil War Mary Chesnut
letters to His Family Robert E. Lee
An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Ambrose Bierce
The Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln
The Gift in Wartime Tran Mong Tu
I Hear America Singing // When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer Walt Whitman
The Useless // The Butterfly Dream Chuang Tzu
if You Were Coming in the Fall // Because I Could not Stop for Death Emily Dickinson
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